Español 1: No hay tarea.
Español 1: Attached worksheet, using the new question: ¿Cuánto cuesta...? (= How much does .... cost? --literally, "How much costs .....?". Cuesta is the verb, conjugated for "it"... so, if you have plural items (pants, shoes, socks, etc.), it needs to be conjugated for the "they" ending: cuestan . The new word, "cuánto" means, "How much?" and doesn't ever change its spelling. I'm attaching a worksheet, at the bottom of this post. Read the directions carefully, and look at the example. If you missed class on Wednesday for a field trip/in-school activity, this is still due on Friday, just as it is for those who were in class on Wednesday.
Here it is on your notes in your packet:
Español 1: Finish the rest of the activity that we started yesterday (so, the last part is with the verb entender, and the verb pensar ). UNLIKE THE FIRST PART.... you must translate the Spanish parts into English this time.
If you have missed class since lunes, the activity directions are uploaded, below:
Welcome back from Spring Break!
Español 1: Be sure that you have today's assignment done up to and including the use of the verb preferir.
Español 1 : No hay tarea. If you missed the test on Wednesday, and have not made it up, you will be staying after school on Friday to take the test. NO HOMEWORK OVER SPRING BREAK (except Abby M., you are taking your test Monday, after school, the day we return.)
Español 1: TEST Wednesday (el 13 de marzo): clothes; colors; other adjectives with clothes; D.O. pronouns; verbs: everything with wanting, wearing, and buying. Know where everything goes in the sentence, know what changes might need to be made to words, know what gender items are, know what D.O. pronouns you need to use, and where to put them.
Using the last 3 or 4 Quia and Quizlet activities on the moodle , is a good idea for studying . If you were absent today: I added two new Quia & Quizlet activities to the moodle, and you need to practice with those before the test.
MARTES: The same instructions as for Monday, but.... you may use COMPRAR (to buy) for your second verb.
Español 1: You need to add clothing to THREE MORE situations (we are on page 2 now, where you have just done 5 so far). DIFFERENT INSTRUCTIONS NOW!:
1-- Instead of saying He /She wears (Lleva...) or I wear (Llevo), you are going to put the word for wants with it... so, you'll be saying, He/She WANTS to wear (Quiere llevar)... or I WANT to wear (Quiero llevar...). Notice that you leave that second verb as an infinitive (llevAR).
2- For EACH clothing item (and you must have several clothing items), you MUST add a color OR another adjective (new, old, pretty, big, small, etc.), in Spanish. Be careful to correctly make AGREEMENT at the end of the adjectives, and to put them after the clothing item:
EX: unos calcetines azules = some blue socks